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Title: The Relevance of Inclusive Education for Special Needs Children: Re-Awakening of Stakeholder’s Consciousness
Authors: Balami, Daniel Ibrahim
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: National Journal of Inclusive Education
Series/Report no.: Vol. 3;No.1; Pp 168-173
Abstract: The relevance of inclusive education, the role of stakeholders and its delivery to a noble child with special needs is a very obvious tasks. It is widely held view that organized inclusive education is yet the greatest and most potent power man has discovered and developed for the educational development and progress for children with special needs. Specialized education is little developed and inclusive education is a system of education whereby children with special needs receive their education at school in mainstream classes. It is however expected that all stakeholders this time around be committed to the full implementation of inclusive education policies and programmes by the target year 2015.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1664
Appears in Collections:Special Education and Rehabilitation Sciences

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